Bangladesh ODI captain Mashrafe bin Mortaza was hospitalised on Saturday morning after blood was noticed with his phlegm. However no major problem was found after the doctors examined his lungs.
According to the Bangladesh Cricket Board’s chief physician Debashish Chowdhury there was nothing to worry about and added that the Tigers' ODI skipper would not have to stay at the hospital.
"There is nothing serious. Some blood came with his spit this morning but after examining his lungs no major threat was found. He doesn't need to stay at the hospital," he said.